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thing that my new government will have the privilege of doing is to warmly welcome president obama to israel. [applause] i look forward to the president's visit. it will give me an opportunity along with the people of israel to express our appreciation for what he has done for israel. the president and i agreed to focus our discussion on three main issues -- first, iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons, second, the deteriorating situation in syria, and third, the need to find a responsible way to advance peace with the palestinians. on the first point, iran has made it clear that it will continue to defy the will of the international community. time after time, the world's leading powers have tabled proposals to resolve the iranian nuclear issue peacefully, but i have to tell you the truth. diplomacy has not worked. iran ignores all these offers. it is running out the clock. it has used negotiations, including the most recent ones, to buy time to press ahead with its nuclear program, so thus far, the sanctions have not stopped the nuclear program either. sanctions have hit the iranian
makes obama's administration's decision to send over biden is more controversial. it will be interesting to see what happens when he goes up to communion. receive >> so much influence that has on the culture and so to see that pick that was made -- by the ay, the cardinals we think the pick came from higher. let's talk about the president obama's white house tours then i want to get the bloomberg clip and get your reaction on that. >> i'm asking is there a way to accommodate schools, who traveled here with bank sales. >> using emotion. >> they can still come to tour. >> i think it is incumbent on government to tell people and let people make their own decisions. our job is to educate people and the ban on bigger cup sizes was a way to remind you if you wanted 32 ounces you can take two cups but you should take one. people have a right to make products and people have a right to buy them. i don't know which one comes first. >> i don't know which one comes first. >> that is amazing. i'm going to educate you then i'm going to beat you first. education is not by using force and by using the
. there is no better man than president obama to launch our panel. >> is he here? >> he's on the big screen. this is president obama earlier in the week talking about the budget and the fact we need to raise more revenue. then we're going to hear from a senator who has a different take. let's roll clip number one. >> i voted for the first three nominees by the president. his is not about partisanship. i allowed the president to pick his political nominees, but i will not sit quietly and let them shred the constitution. i cannot let the president say he will kill americans on american soil who are not activity attacking the country. >> if mr. paul wants to be taken riously, he needs to do do more political stun -- stunts. he needs to know what he is talking about. >> ok, that was not president obama or -- but let's start off with rand paul. we talked earlier about this week about this particular story. senator mccain did not have the respect for senator paul's filibuster. what is your take? >> i think senator paul is a fascinating person in congress right now. a lot of people thought the wi
. appears the democrats are taking a page out of president obama's play book and proving they have no intention of taking real action to deal with the debt or balance the budget. first, here's the background. let's remember the president said this earlier this week: >> paul ryan today put forthhis budget and is challenging you to come forward with a budget that also reaches balance. are you going to do that? >> no. we're not going to balance the budget in ten years, because if you look at what he does to balance the budget, you have to voucherrize medicare. you have to slash deeply into programs like medicaid. my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. >> let's not do that. our commander-in-chief doesn't think we need a balanced budget, and his democratic cohorts in the senate appear to agree with him. senator patty murray, the democratic chair of the senate budget committee, finally released their liberal budget plan, and in the next ten years in their budget government spending would increase by over $2 trillion. that's a 58% increase, but that's not
, president obama does not want to cut one government program. not one. and that irresponsible position has brought scorn from me. here are the facts. right now the federal government is spending close to $10 billion a day. this year it will spend $3.6 trillion. the government is expected to take in 2.7 trillion in taxes. so, let's do the math here. leaving a deficit this year alone of $900 billion which will then be added to the nearly $17 trillion debt. democratic party doesn't seem to care. and liberal americans are putting all of us in danger by their inflexibility on the spending issue. republican senator tom coal berne indicates the senators could save almost 300 billion bucks a year simply by cutting out waste in duplicate programs. let's get very specific for you doubters out there. very specific. please consider these facts. am i being nice? the national institutes of health recently awarded $1.5 million to a boston hospital. to study why many lesbians are overweight and most gay men are not. the feds calling this a silg can't -- significant public health issue. are you kidding me?
not be functuous when writing to us. do not be bumptious. >> and welcome to "hannity," president obama's so-called charm offensive continues, and the mainstream lap dog media are trying to paint him as a bipartisan leader. fear not, let not your heart be troubled because we're here in set the record straight. in a moment i'll be joined live by the great one, mark levin, to help pull back the curtain on the g.o.p. outreach program. before we head to his bunker, a recap on the president's dog and pony show. the first time in two years the anointed one took time out of his busy golf and vacation schedule to go face-to-face with white house republicans, i'm sorry, with house republicans are. that meeting took place on capitol hill on the heels of some other not so subtle attempts by the white house to portray the most polarizing president in our nation's history as somebody capable of reaching across the aisle. unfortunately for this administration it's going to take more than a single meeting or fancy lunches and dinners to bridge the partisan divide that obama has created in america because a
changed their tune. the washington times, obama poll numbers take a post-sequester dive. "the washington post," did obama cry wolf on sequester? u.s. news and world report, how obama bungled the sequester. and from politico, obama administration sequester claims shot down by fact checkers. and tom brokaw said mr. obama present too much time campaigning, suggesting he should have been at camp david with congressional leaders working out a deal. so, jim, has the coverage changed? have we seen that about-face? >> i think it has. the media research center's jeffrey dickens pointed out that two-thirds of the mainstream media coverage was alarmist before this happened, but then, i think, last week i said that the administration was getting a little ahead of its skis in terms of sequester and pushing too hard and declaring doom and gloom and i think having watched "saturday night live" last weekend where it had a fake president obama saying, quote, i don't know anything about money, unquote. and i think now you can say the administration has jumped the shark on-- to use a tv cliche and further
to climb, so to speak, in the budget wars. the recent obama outreach effort is p to go into hyperdrive. this week the president's charm offensive will take him from the white house to capitol hill. a total of four trips planned with members from both sides of the aisle. tomorrow is day one. the president will attend a midday meal time meeting to talk strategy with senate democrats. the true test is on wednesday, when president obama sits down with members of the house gop caucus. and on thursday he has meetings with senate republicans and house democrats. but will all of this work? republicans almost seem split, some pessimistic, others optimistic about the obama olive branch. >> i'm welcoming with open arms. i think the president is tremendously sincere. i don't think this is just a political change in tactic. >> this should have happened four years ago. i'm glad it's happening now. but is this about politics or is this genuine? >> which is it? >> only time will tell. this president spends a lot of time on the road, a lot of time about politics. >> the president's first day on the hil
." what a difference a week makes. last friday night the news was all gloom and doom. president obama was predicting the worst because of the budget-cutting sequester. republicans, democrats, including the president, were at each other's throat. but fast forward to tonight. they're basking in the glow of a very good jobs report, 236,000 new jobs created and unemployment rate dropped to 7.7%. the economy may not be as good as it could be but it is stronger than many thought. and on wall street the dow set record high after record high this week. closing up another 67 points today and showing gains on all five trading days for a weekly rise of 307 points. corporate profits, dividends and other payouts to investors are soaring. i am still playing stocks and the economy from the optimistic side. and in washington a new president obama engaged in deficit dinner diplomacy with those very same republican senators he was bashing only a week ago. this is good in my opinion. now we are hearing that former president bill clinton may have put obama up to it by turning the president into the new s
savings of obama care. >> please explain that to me. >> it is impossible. >> that doesn't make sense. >> recall if you will campaign 2012. >> $760 billion. >> $716 billion. funneled out of medicare by president obama, we are going to stop it. >> they're not restoring those. >> treating this fake charade like a budget. >> unrealistic. >> uncompromising. >> la la land fantasy. >> like fiction for rand than it is a budget. >>> tonight, president obama had the audacity to suggest that washington's holy grail, a balanced budget, is not actually the holiest thing you can pursue in government. >> paul ryan today put forward his budget. >> right. >> and says he is challenging you to come forward with a budget that reaches balance. are you going to do that? >> no. my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. my goal is how do we grow the economy, put people back to work, and if we do that, we're going to be bringing in more revenue, if we controlled spending and have a smart entitlement package, then potentially what you have is balance, but it is not balance on the
to present day. in washington, the calendar says it's march 13. two months in president obama's second term. the headlines make it seem like it's not march 13th and we are stuck in the middle of the last campaign, living it out over and over again like it never happened in the first place. this is a piece of nonsense that happened during the last came pain. it felt like oh, god, this is so stupid. it can only happen during a campaign. this nonsense will disappear. this, in particular could have been from anywhere. this is from the heritage foundation. they used to be a think tank, now they are an extension of the republican party. obama guts welfare reform. not true, actually. what happened is actually the opposite of that. a bunch of governors asked to have flexibility in implementing the existing welfare law. the administration said sure, as long as the changes you want to make don't weaken the rules on welfare and work. it was republican governors asking, republican governors and democratic governors and the obama administration says yes, provided we protect the welfare and work requirem
a bubble and will it go bust? also form d.e.a. chiefs putting pressure on the obama administration to block washington and colorado's new laws legalizing pot. weigh in on other state measures, why the silence now? welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm david asman in for paul gigot. despite his so-called charm offensive to republican members of congress this week, "the washington post" confirmed what we already expected, president obama's anti-republican attacks are going to continue, that he's not really in a compromising mood on the budget sequester or pretty much anything else. according to the post, his aim is not to get along with the g.o.p., but to get them out. the goal is to flip the republican-held house back to democratic control, allowing obama it push forward with a progressive agenda, gun control, immigration, climate change and the economy during his final two years in office according to congressional democrats, strategists and others familiar with obama's thinking, but has that strategist already started to back fire. let's ask columnist and deputy editor dan henninger
. president obama will be speaking. a number of speeches and satire will be held here. president obama in his weekly address discuss the u.s. economy. we will take a look at that now. we got february job numbers. 236,000 jobs added. the president is followed by senator sessions. >> hi, everyone. my top priority as president is making sure we do everything we can to reignite the engine of america's economic growth. yesterday we received some welcome news on that front. we learned that businesses added nearly 236,000 jobs last month. the unemployment rate fell to 7.7%. still too hi, but lower than when i took office. -- too high, but lower than when i took office. our manufacturers are bringing jobs back to america. our stock market has rebounded. numeral's are being built and sold at a faster pace. -- new homes are being built and sold at a faster pace. we need to keep that going. how do we make america a magnet for new jobs? how do we equip more people with the skills. to choir? how do we make sure -- with the skills that jobs require? that needs to be our north star. when big businesses are
with new talk of a grand bargain. as president obama switches from the blame game to breaking bread with republicans, both sides prepare plans for the nation's economic future. house budget committee chair paul ryan will give us an exclusive preview of his new budget. plus, tell us what he discussed with the president over lunch this week. congressman paul ryan, only on "fox news sunday." then, jeb bush returns to the spotlight to talk about immigration reform and his political future. will his new you plan help or hurt prospects for a deal on immigration? and how serious is he about 2016? we'll sit down with jeb bush. plus, congress takes on the white house over national security. we'll ask our sunday panel controversy over drones and the new york trial of an accused al-qaeda terrorist. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and hello again from fox news in washington. president obama calls him a thought leader of the the republican party. and this week, house budget committee chair paul ryan will put out a plan that would balance the federal budget in ten years. on the heel
for elimination of obama's health care law. >> are you saying as part of your budget, you assume the repeal of obama care? >> good luck with that one. >> it isn't going to happen. >> wishful thinking. >> yes. >> well that's not going to happen. >> i am flabbergasted. >> they tried it 34 times. >> it has no chance. >> it is not going to happen and he knows it. >> we believe it should. >> a record stuck on repeat. >> we believe obama care will not work. >> why do we have to live through this again. >> has to do with republican priorities. >> we believe obama care won't work. >> there are a lot of house republicans that want this repealed. >> this is about putting an end to empty promises. >> he wants to repeal obama care. >> somehow magically maintain savings of obama care. >> he is putting it in there because his numbers don't add up. >> he is happy to include $716 billion. >> $716 billion. >> the health care law ended up having. >> a dumb person's view of what a smart person sounds like. >> there's a reason paul ryan is doing that. >> this is not about policy. >> republicans would have a pr
the reelection of barack obama proved, it's that demographic shifts are making it harder for the gop to win nationally. apparently in 2012, minority voters just didn't connect with the republican message of "stop thief!" [laughter] the man behind obama's minority outreacharound was jeremy bird,i [laughter] who focused on face-to-face communication with core obama support groups, nonwhites unmarried women, and millennials. because we know how much millennials love two face-to-face communication. [laughter] well, now bird has set his sights on a new target. >> team obama's former national field director jeremy bird, one of the masterminds behind the president's reelection victory has decided his next job will be turning texas blue with a new grassroots organization battleground texas. >> you're not considered one of the battleground states. although that's gon' be changing soon.ñr >> stephen: yeah, that's 'gon' be changing even faster than obama's accent! [laughter] [cheers and applause] nation, this means the democrats are messing with texas! a, i believe that's unconstitutional, and b, i b
. liberty is under assault from every direction. in second amendment is president obama and the senate democrats' cross hairs right now. we did receive helpful advice from joe biden. if you have any threats at home, go at home with a double barreled shotgun and fired into the air. that is useful if you are being attacked by a flock of geese. or a drone. [cheers and applause] so maybe joe biden stumbled onto something after all. week, we had a hearing in the senate judiciary committee. a senior democrat explained to me that questions about the constitution have no role in the u.s. senate. because, she explains, it is congress' job to pass laws and the supreme court can decide whether to throw them out or not. ?o you know what that statement is exactly the problem. [applause] that statement is reminiscent of nancy pelosi when she was asked what is the constitutional basis of obamacare and her answer was, are you serious? lot ofre a whole politicians, democrats and republicans, in washington who have not looked at the constitution in a long, long time. let me answer speaker pelosi. yes, w
of points with his filibuster that got the obama administration to clarify its position. and say that it would not use them. unless there was an imminent threat on american soil against american citizens. but issue here is where is the republican establishment going? already john mccain and lindsey graham have come out pushing against rand paul on the filibuster. and in another sense, what has happened i think is because rand paul did what he did, it's actually positioned obama a little bit of a hawk. looking tougher in a lot of ways in the use of drones and other things than democrat usually does. karl? >> i respectfully disagreement. it makes the administration look incompetent. most people are not focused on the fact that rand paul is probably the only republican member of the senate who opposes the president's use of drones abroad. a lot of democrats oppose the democrats' use of drones to kill americans without due process. they look at what this controversy was about. which was rand paul sent a letter to john brennan asking the attorney general whether or not the president h
president obama to congratulate him on his victory. his supporters and his campaign also deserve congratulations. >> that's your running mate conceding the election and that's you right there. we put an arrow on the tape so you wouldn't miss yourself. there's you giving a nice big hug to the second place winner on your ticket. see, you knew i wasn't making it up and yet that night must not have sunk in because in his latest budget, wrong ray ryan calls for repealing the president's health care law again. >> are you saying that as part of your budget you would repeal, you assume the repeal of obama care? >> yes. >> well, that's not going to happen. >> well, we believe it should. >> you believe it should be repealed but what about the more than 65 million americans who voted for the president? they said at the election they don't want it repealed and neither does your boss, by the way. >> you had said next year that you would repeal the health care vote. that's still your mission? >> well, i don't think the election changes that. it's clear that president obama was elected. obama c
conversation these days is anything but. obama?er no-drama- obama.'s all-drama- we do not have leadership coming out of washington, we have reality television. [applause] except it is really bad reality tv and the american people tune out a long time ago. entertainment tv is a good description of what is going on in dc because more than ever it feels like a put on. every event feels calculated to fool us. every speech feels like a con. ,ashington politicians committees of both parties have a bad habit of focusing on the process of politics rather than the purpose of politics, which is to lead and concerts. even our guys in the gop to often have a habit of reading their stage direction. especially these days. scripted, tog too calculate it. they talk about rebuilding the party. how about rebuilding the middle class? [applause] about re-branding the gop instead of restoring the trust of the american people. we cannot just ignore that we lost a big election. we came in second out of two. we need to figure out our job. what will we do next? as we go about that listen to what the speakers have
to the problems. i believe washington is the problem. chris: meanwhile, president obama also trying to distance himself from all of that dysfunction. there was this week's dinner with a few republicans willing to sit down with him and he's headed for big meetings next week at the capital. david, let me ask you about the president's latest kumbaya, whatever it is, sitting down with people, stuff he doesn't usually like to do. stock market numbers high, jobs numbers great but his numbers dropping. does that explain why he has to change his pattern of being politically? >> i'm a sucker for bipartisanship. so when the president decides to reach out to republican senators and have a dinner with them and talk privately about the shape of a deal that would begin to solve a country's fiscal problems, i say, you know, thank goodness, about time. i think that's what he should be doing. there's an interesting strategy behind what he did with these republican senators, which is to get a senate-first strategy. if he can peel off enough of these republicans who are willing to talk about a deal, he can get a
'd be there to vote to kill obama care. but elizabeth warren shattered that image last fall. >> i think this is one more case of senator brown making it clear where he stands. he's taken more than $2 million in contributions and he really delivers for wall street. >> he really delivered for wall street. ouch. in total, the securities and investment industry gave brown $3.2 million for his re-election campaign. yep. scott brown really helped out wall street when he was in the senate and now that he's lost his seat, he'll be helping them again. we learned today brown has a new job working at the law firm nixon peabody where he will, quote, focus on his practice on business and governmental affairs as they relate to financial services industry as well as commercial real estate matters. translation? he's taking care of business just like they took care of him. it's a perfect fit. in fact, one of his new firm's biggest clients is goldman sachs. but brown's new clients might have a tougher time than they used to down in d.c. because they are not dealing with senator scott brown anymore. >> if you launder
kcruz, wo is hell-bent on revisiting the past with his vote to defund president obama. he follows in the proud tradition of past keynote speakers. last year, it was sarah palin. in 2011, allen west, in 2010, glen beck and before that, rush limbaugh. thought leaders? not exactly. the republican party is facing an identity crisis said gop pollster, deceive lombardo. but not that the party doesn't know who it is. it's that the party knows exactly who they are and they don't want to move from a very rigid, defined identity. when the party finds itself out of the mainstream on almost every issue, establishing a credible governing philosophy won't be easy. joining us from cpac in national harbor, maryland, is nbc news's casey hunt. casey, how are you? >> thanks, joy, doing well. >> so give us a little bit of a flavor of what's going on there. what's the buzz this early afternoon? >> of course, well that identity crisis that you referred to is already on full display and we've only been here for few hours. gop is wrestling with how to expand the base to include more hispanics, more of th
to play a bite of something else rodman said. >> the ambassador of the world. if obama calls kim from korea, nobel peace prize. >> you can't argue with that because you can't understand it. >> i heard nobel peace prize. i was looking at the flowers. i actually like the jacket. >> he is basically saying he should get a nobel peace prize because he will be the one that puts kim jong-un and president obama together. >> president obama should call kim kim jong-il to make it happen. >> that coat was less flamboyant from any the pope was wearing. from the pope on down. >> and vice president biden, your favorite person he will lead the delegation. is this a what could possibly go wrong situation? >> well, if you bring in dennis rad money. dennis rodman. rodman, you could be right, a young, naive black man mostly known for smoking pot and leaving foreign policy, what could go wrong? >> and winning a know -- nobel peace prize. >> as much as we make fun of dennis rodman, his policy of having the north koreans talk with obama is not that far off from what hillary clinton has vowed and what barac
surgery or the new england medical journal of extreme medical bummers and karzai is saying that the obama administration is in cahoots with the taliban. either our troops are trying to protect him from his own people or someone is trying to get a gig at fox news. happy birthday to sam donaldson and supreme court justice scalia scalia, and i would like to buy him a cake but he probably views that as perpetual entitlement. this is "viewpoint." [♪ music.[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> good evening, i'm john fugelsang. thank you for joining us. it's a week that budget fanatics could only dream of. slip on the green eye shades, crank up the quicken and make sure you have plenty of lined paper ready for notes. not only is house budget chair paul ryan offering up his latest budget proposal on tuesday but after four years without one the senate democrats are preparing to offer a budget of their own he on wednesday. as for the white house well, president obama's budget document is already 36 days over due but could be ready sometime next month. meanwhile mr. obama is trying to convince cajole or coerce co
obama's place in history to start the conversation. that will warm him up. your thoughts. >> absolutely. i don't know if it was about him that paul krugman said it's a dumb person's view of what a smart person sounds like. paul ryan is essentially trying to propose to balance the budget in ten years. his previous draconian budget did so in stiomething like 40. to meet this test, austerity at all cost, this fetish on the right, he's decided to take a meat ax not only to medicare as you said, voucherizing it, again, which he already proposed and was rejected before. there's this idea which is totally disingenuous, as if there's a single democrat breathing in washington, they're not going to repeal the affordable care act. it is not going to happen. he knows it. he's putting it in because his numbers don't add up. >> there's a machiavellian reason why he did it. >> his numbers don't add up. >> chuck todd came up with this. if he says i'm going to eliminate health care, the obama care program, affordable health, if i put that as one of the features in my budget, every republican in the hous
. and the president and mrs. obama didn't have an executive chef for 100 grand a year or three full-time calligraphers for nearly 300,000 bucks or a dog's chief of staff for 102,000 bucks. do you know what? there would be plenty of money to go around to conduct white house tours during the easter season and beyond. all that with "the kudlow report," beginning right now. >>> first up, a new york state judge overturns mayor bloomberg's proposed ban on large sugary drinks. this is just one day before it was supposed to take effect. it's a huge victory for free markets, for individual freedom, and it's a slam against government excess. and i say bravo for the judge. but mayor bloomberg, of course not backing down. he insists this silly soda ban is a matter of life and death. >> we believe it is reasonable and responsible to draw a line, and that is what the board of health has done. as a matter of fact, it would be irresponsible not to try to do everything we can to save lives. >> all right. there you have it. let's bring in our old friend mark wall. founder of the sirius radio show left jab. breitbart ed
democrat in illinois. obama made no secret of his desire to take back the republican-controlled house and his re-election seems to have injected a new confidence in the administration and the democratic party. one that's willing to ignore that many of the districts' dems want to win lean right. will 2014 democratic candidates cave to the pressure of obama/bloomberg and the democratic apparatus as compliantly as gillibrand did or will the leftward plunge prove too perilous? one word is certain, if leftward becomes leftward no in 2014, kirsten gillibrand will get to working on reversing again. >>> good afternoon, it's tuesday march the 12th. paul ryan says if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. if that doesn't succeed, try, try again. if that doesn't succeed, just play the song. >> what we have here is the house budget committee. >> what we've got here is -- >> a plan that balances the budget in ten years. obama care. obama care. obama care. obama care. obama care. we will never be able to balance the budget if you keep obama care. >> surely you can't be serious. >> that's not g
. these were the competing approaches in 2012 on election day. barack obama and joe biden versus mitt romney and republican budget guru paul ryan. president obama won. he won with just over 51% of the vote. it wasn't a huge margin. you want to see the big winner. the idea of raising taxes on more voters said the government should raise taxes than voted for barack obama. 60% of people said we should raise revenue for the good of the country. almost 50% said make the rich pay more. 13% said make everyone say more. the no crowd did not even come close. no one should be surprised that americans say they want higher taxes as unpopular as the idea of writing bigger checks to uncle sam, americans have been saying that's what they want from rich people for a long time now. they have said this over and over in poll after poll after poll. from july and august 2012, 65% of the americans said we should raise taxes. that's a 32% margin over the no taxes position. in the same period, 44% said that raises taxes on the well off would help the economy. only a third said it could hurt. a couple of months late
system and so on. these were the competing approaches in 2012 on election day. barack obama and joe biden versus mitt romney and republican budget guru, paul ryan. president obama won on election day. he won with just over 51% of the vote. it wasn't a huge margin but significant and enough we do not have to stay up half the night waiting to results. you want to see the big winner on election day? the idea of raising taxes. on election day more said they should raise taxes than voted for barack obama. 60% said we should raise the revenue for the good of the country and 50% said we should make the rich pay more. another 13% said make everyone pay more. the no taxes, no way, no how, never, huh-uh, crowd did not come close. no one should be surprised that americans say they want higher taxes. as unpopular as the idea of writing bigger checks to uncle sam might sound, in the abstract, americans have been saying that is what they want. at least that is what they want from rich people for a long time now. they have said this over and over and over again. in poll after poll after poll. from july
the budget if you keep obama care going, because obamacare is a physical train wreck. >> repeal fires up conservatives, it's unlikely to happen with mr. obama still in office. the top democrat on the house budget committee says the ryan budget will drag on the economy and doesn't care for some of the choices made. >> it's a question of whether you take a balanced approach, which is what we have proposed. or you take the lop-sided uncompromising approach, which is what we are seeing in the house republican budget. >> at the white house, spokesman jay carney ripped ryan for trying to cut medicare cost and suggested his plan isn't fair to the middle class. >> we look at the rip the ryan t why balance is necessary. this is the alternative to balance. >> senate budget chair patty murray unveiled her blueprint to democratic colleagues today which neve balances and would call for $1.85 trillion in deficit reduction. half from new tax revenue. half from spending cuts. a leading senate republican said she isn't impressed with the democrats' plan. >> for those seniors that are out there with medic
's the question. petraeus has proposed when he was still running the war in afghanistan that the obama administration adopt a policy whereby people would be targeted for drones because based on some suspicious activities that looked like they might be terrorists. even if we weren't sure who those people were. that worries me. it bothers me not just we might be killing american citizens. it worries me that we might be killing anybody. if we don't have absolute certainty that these people represent a legitimate threat to the united states. and it certainly ought to be more than something they said. you know, after we killed al awlaki, a drone also hit his son. well, we're now told that was an accident. well, how did he end up hit by a drone? >> does anybody admit he was a target, cynthia? >> nobody knows. nobody's saying. that's the problem again. it is shrouded in secrecy. united states citizens don't know what is being done in our names, and we should. >> cynthia tucker, ron reagan. coming up, when is president obama going to get some credit snit this is like rodney danger field? when
? >> a decade of war. a decade of war at enormous costs in blood and treasure. >> and barack obama, being in charge of the national security state now. that's another thing. >> that's another change. that gives them the political opening. i think that's an interesting fight within the party, because i think the balance has changed, has shifted on the question of intervention. >> you said in your notes -- >> not all the way. >> not all the way. do you think they're going to return to being a hawkish party? i think if obama doesn't attack iran, for example, they'll go ferociously -- >> the gop is squarely in the neoconservative camp with maybe a toe in the realist camp. they'll find out a way to drown out rand paul at least in the conversation in washington in halls of power. coming up, mitt romney spoke at cpac but not before being slammed for not being conservative enough. we knew that was coming. so what is the gop's 2012 lesson? # also. republican senator rob portman used to oppose gay marriage until his son told him he was gay. until a personal issue came on, a family issue, he didn't
. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: so the charmer-in-chief is at it again. president obama wined and dined lawmakers at a restaurant near the white house and today tried to court them on their turf on capitol hill with the first of four meetings in the next three days. the mission to win support for a big budget deal. the president made room on the dance card for another sit down with abc news today. what is the new public campaign really all about? the national journal asked a senior white house official and that perp revealed what is behind it -- person revealed red what is behind it all. it's a joke, waste of the president's time. something only being done for the media. greg, let me ask you. who are you going to believe? your own eyes or a senior administration official from the white house? >> greg: i have never trusted my eyes, dana. they let me down many times, usually around last call. like a good grad student president obama thinkstalk your. is there a reporter left in the country who hasn't sat down with him? i think of one. triumph the insult dog. when you major in sit-ins this
, everybody. >> two down, two to go. after a contentious meeting with house republicans, today president obama talks to the group of republicans who may hold more of his legacy in their hands than he realizes, senate republicans. the bigger question, will the conversations continue after this week to try to find some common ground? meantime, a conservative kickoff as fan favorites headline a de facto 2016 cattle call in front of a boisterous base at the annual cpac meeting outside of washington today. >>> and an historic pick for pope. a latin american jesuit. we'll go live to the vatican in just minutes to break down what it means for the billion catholics around the world and perhaps our own politics here in the western hemisphere. >> good morning from los angeles this thursday, march 14th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." now, here's chuck todd. >> thanks to brad stubbs out there in l.a. thanks for getting up early. you're going to vote in that mayoral runoff, brad? let us know who you're voting for if you do. send in your greetings. now, let's get to my first reads of the morning. today
of 2008. but now, a 17 trillion dollar debt is not upsetting president obama. >> it's going to be in a sustainable place. >> bill: so what the heck is going on here? we'll have the inside story. you watch o'reilly ever? ever catch the show. the other day i seen he went into a rage the other day. chill a little bit, chill o'reilly. >> bill: and jesse watters goes to spring training in florida to find out what the players think about the state of the union. >> what about right now? >> probably not. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. protecting america's children, why won't liberals join in? that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. first of all, i have to apologize to some left wing americans who are actively trying to protect children and babies. i have to speak generally this evening, but i'm aware there are many liberal americans who are outraged about what's going on. last night we brought you the editorial director of the denver post newspaper, ap
ranks with his party on national security issues. he was an early supporter of president obama's 2008 present -- presidential bid. he served as cochair for barack obama's campaign. congressman artur davis. give him a round of applause. [cheers and applause] >> thank you. thank you, i think. good morning, cpac. ,omething kept occurring to me as i saw some of the unpleasant commentary about this conference and this movement. isn't it interesting that the same establishment media that claims so piously that it wants more civility and tolerance in our politics has no problem degrading and demonizing americans who just happened to be conservative? [applause] they want desperately to put this cause and some graveyard. i have heard it at the president's inaugural speech, the working title, the country i would build, the path of america would just disappear. they tried so hard to paint the belief in this room as some brand of ignorance. this needs to be said. 43 million of us who answer to the name conservative. we don't own any hollywood studios. the mainstream media may think we are out of
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